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In 1995, the publication year that the super-predator thesis was advanced, the homicide victimization rate for African American males ages 18-24 was 150 per 100,000 and for the 14-17 age group the rate was roughly 70 per 100,000. For white males the respective rates were 18 per 100,000 and 8 per 100,000. Source: Fox, J. , & Zawitz, M. W. (2006). Homicide trends in the United States. Washington, DC: U. S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Bureau of Justice Statistics. Figure 2. Homicide Victimization by Demographics, 1976-2004.
Paul Frick and his colleagues studied a sample of more than 1,100 children in third, fourth, sixth, or seventh grades to examine the stability of psychopathic traits. They found that the most psychopathic children (their average age was 10 years) were highly impulsive, highly narcissistic, and highly callous and unemotional to others. Moreover, these characteristics were relatively stable over a four-year follow-up period. , 2003). If the personality profile of psychopathic youths is troubling, the behavioral profile is even more unsettling particularly among institutionalized juvenile offenders.
Super-predators Revisited 25 EVIDENCE While DiIulio theorized that all social groups were exposed to moral poverty, he intimated that racial minorities, especially African Americans were most susceptible to moral poverty and super-predator status. A useful proxy for super-predator status is homicide involvement as both victim and offender. Figure 1 illustrates homicide victimization rates disaggregated by race, sex, and age group spanning the years 1976 to 2004. Irrespective of the time frame, African Americans had significantly higher homicide victimization rates than whites.